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know when to take a knee
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don’t believe the memes, don’t take the inspirational posts as gospel, don’t destroy your body to save face:
take a rest day. take a week off, or a month, or even half a year. do something besides lifting, find a new hobby for a while, or volunteer somewhere to help the less fortunate. do something to make the world a better place, and not just yourself.
or:
have fun for once! you don’t have to go hard in the gym every day. some of the most miserable people i’ve ever met are people who make lifting their entire life, and for what? a $10 trophy? a jug of protein and a shirt that doesn’t fit right? is all that really worth neglecting your kids over, blowing out your knees, missing big life events or losing your job?
the reality is that most lifters will never make a liveable income solely off lifting, and to treat a hobby in a way that overtakes your life is just about the worst thing you can do for your livelihood. there is no pension at the end of your lifting career. lifting should be fun. if you aren’t having fun with it, why are you doing it? so your friend doesn’t send you a t-nation article that says you’re a ween for not wanting to max every day? who cares.
if you’re burnt out, spend a few weeks doing bodybuilding work, or take up hiking for a few weeks. experiment with new movements, or become a cardio bunny. put on an extra 5-10lbs. who. freaking. cares. it’s your money, your time, and your body. do what you like with it.
i will tell you this: i bet that taking some time off will help you rekindle that fire under your butt that you had when you first got into all this. lifting will be there when you’re ready to go again, and 200lbs will always be 200lbs.
who’s really the selfish one? 
it
“picture yourself twenty or thirty years from now. are you happily playing with your grandkids and enjoying your life independently, or are you stuck on the couch or scooter, too achy and out of shape to enjoy this beautiful world and those in it?”
read this
let’s get our kids outside more
why you need more dirt in your life.
“it’s estimated that children now spend less time outside than the average prisoner. this could have devastating effects: kids need to be exposed to the microbes in the soil to build up their defenses against diseases that may attack them later. but it’s not just children, paul bogard explains in his new book, the ground beneath us. the epa estimates that the average american adult now spends 93 percent of their life indoors. as we retreat indoors, more and more of the earth is disappearing, with an estimated quarter of a million acres paved or repaved in the united states each year.” 
know when to take a knee
why you should never feel bad about modifying your workouts
things happen for a reason
what a teenage boy needs most from his mom
we need the tonic of wilderness. we can never have enough nature.
aveda
light the way
la croix sparkling water
dorie howell photography.
inspirational leadership. 
what makes an inspirational leader? 
vision
know their people.
passion
open-mind.
learning
personable
read more:  
a dog’s remarkable journey to find a home
video below
dogs are heart healthy 
dogs help boost your mood 
dogs get you moving 
dogs help boost kids’ immune systems 
dogs teach responsibility and commitment 
they can detect health issues 
dogs really can tell if someone is a bad person
march is colon cancer awareness month
join us or support our hoagie’s heroes team in scope it out
i saw your post about the 5k a couple of weeks ago and then heard that you and i were in a close race for the check-ins. i felt it was the perfect way to honor you and your husband. i am honored to be supporting you in some small way.
“reading books is a waste of time if you don’t let them change you. if books really are “portals” then they should leave you somewhere you weren’t when you finish them. somewhere enlightened.”  
“…talked about the indispensable role that books have played during his presidency and throughout his life — from his peripatetic and sometimes lonely boyhood, when “these worlds that were portable” provided companionship, to his youth when they helped him to figure out who he was, what he thought and what was important.”
i happen to be type o+.
do not, i repeat, do not, work out beforehand
bring id.
make an appointment.
bring your own post donation snack if you have restrictions.
post blood donation, take it easy
team mathias sponsor code 8164
email me at shoaglund@gmail.com or visit lift potential consulting
preventable. treatable. beatable.
body image
bootcamp
cancer
cfi
colon cancer
crossfit
exercise
family
fitness/exercise
health/nutrition
kids
obesity
paleo
plumbline
run
workout
b
don’t believe the memes, don’t take the inspirational posts as gospel, don’t destroy your body to save face:
take a rest day. take a week off, or a month, or even half a year. do something besides lifting, find a new hobby for a while, or volunteer somewhere to help the less fortunate. do something to make the world a better place, and not just yourself.
or:
have fun for once! you don’t have to go hard in the gym every day. some of the most miserable people i’ve ever met are people who make lifting their entire life, and for what? a $10 trophy? a jug of protein and a shirt that doesn’t fit right? is all that really worth neglecting your kids over, blowing out your knees, missing big life events or losing your job?
the reality is that most lifters will never make a liveable income solely off lifting, and to treat a hobby in a way that overtakes your life is just about the worst thing you can do for your livelihood. there is no pension at the end of your lifting career. lifting should be fun. if you aren’t having fun with it, why are you doing it? so your friend doesn’t send you a t-nation article that says you’re a ween for not wanting to max every day? who cares.
if you’re burnt out, spend a few weeks doing bodybuilding work, or take up hiking for a few weeks. experiment with new movements, or become a cardio bunny. put on an extra 5-10lbs. who. freaking. cares. it’s your money, your time, and your body. do what you like with it.
i will tell you this: i bet that taking some time off will help you rekindle that fire under your butt that you had when you first got into all this. lifting will be there when you’re ready to go again, and 200lbs will always be 200lbs.
who’s really the selfish one? 
it
“picture yourself twenty or thirty years from now. are you happily playing with your grandkids and enjoying your life independently, or are you stuck on the couch or scooter, too achy and out of shape to enjoy this beautiful world and those in it?”
read this
let’s get our kids outside more
why you need more dirt in your life.
“it’s estimated that children now spend less time outside than the average prisoner. this could have devastating effects: kids need to be exposed to the microbes in the soil to build up their defenses against diseases that may attack them later. but it’s not just children, paul bogard explains in his new book, the ground beneath us. the epa estimates that the average american adult now spends 93 percent of their life indoors. as we retreat indoors, more and more of the earth is disappearing, with an estimated quarter of a million acres paved or repaved in the united states each year.” 
know when to take a knee
why you should never feel bad about modifying your workouts
things happen for a reason
what a teenage boy needs most from his mom
we need the tonic of wilderness. we can never have enough nature.
aveda
light the way
la croix sparkling water
dorie howell photography.
inspirational leadership. 
what makes an inspirational leader? 
vision
know their people.
passion
open-mind.
learning
personable
read more:  
a dog’s remarkable journey to find a home
video below
dogs are heart healthy 
dogs help boost your mood 
dogs get you moving 
dogs help boost kids’ immune systems 
dogs teach responsibility and commitment 
they can detect health issues 
dogs really can tell if someone is a bad person
march is colon cancer awareness month
join us or support our hoagie’s heroes team in scope it out
i saw your post about the 5k a couple of weeks ago and then heard that you and i were in a close race for the check-ins. i felt it was the perfect way to honor you and your husband. i am honored to be supporting you in some small way.
“reading books is a waste of time if you don’t let them change you. if books really are “portals” then they should leave you somewhere you weren’t when you finish them. somewhere enlightened.”  
“…talked about the indispensable role that books have played during his presidency and throughout his life — from his peripatetic and sometimes lonely boyhood, when “these worlds that were portable” provided companionship, to his youth when they helped him to figure out who he was, what he thought and what was important.”
i happen to be type o+.
do not, i repeat, do not, work out beforehand
bring id.
make an appointment.
bring your own post donation snack if you have restrictions.
post blood donation, take it easy
team mathias sponsor code 8164
email me at shoaglund@gmail.com or visit lift potential consulting
preventable. treatable. beatable.
body image
bootcamp
cancer
cfi
colon cancer
crossfit
exercise
family
fitness/exercise
health/nutrition
kids
obesity
paleo
plumbline
run
workout
i
don’t believe the memes, don’t take the inspirational posts as gospel, don’t destroy your body to save face:
take a rest day. take a week off, or a month, or even half a year. do something besides lifting, find a new hobby for a while, or volunteer somewhere to help the less fortunate. do something to make the world a better place, and not just yourself.
or:
have fun for once! you don’t have to go hard in the gym every day. some of the most miserable people i’ve ever met are people who make lifting their entire life, and for what? a $10 trophy? a jug of protein and a shirt that doesn’t fit right? is all that really worth neglecting your kids over, blowing out your knees, missing big life events or losing your job?
the reality is that most lifters will never make a liveable income solely off lifting, and to treat a hobby in a way that overtakes your life is just about the worst thing you can do for your livelihood. there is no pension at the end of your lifting career. lifting should be fun. if you aren’t having fun with it, why are you doing it? so your friend doesn’t send you a t-nation article that says you’re a ween for not wanting to max every day? who cares.
if you’re burnt out, spend a few weeks doing bodybuilding work, or take up hiking for a few weeks. experiment with new movements, or become a cardio bunny. put on an extra 5-10lbs. who. freaking. cares. it’s your money, your time, and your body. do what you like with it.
i will tell you this: i bet that taking some time off will help you rekindle that fire under your butt that you had when you first got into all this. lifting will be there when you’re ready to go again, and 200lbs will always be 200lbs.
who’s really the selfish one? 
it
“picture yourself twenty or thirty years from now. are you happily playing with your grandkids and enjoying your life independently, or are you stuck on the couch or scooter, too achy and out of shape to enjoy this beautiful world and those in it?”
read this
let’s get our kids outside more
why you need more dirt in your life.
“it’s estimated that children now spend less time outside than the average prisoner. this could have devastating effects: kids need to be exposed to the microbes in the soil to build up their defenses against diseases that may attack them later. but it’s not just children, paul bogard explains in his new book, the ground beneath us. the epa estimates that the average american adult now spends 93 percent of their life indoors. as we retreat indoors, more and more of the earth is disappearing, with an estimated quarter of a million acres paved or repaved in the united states each year.” 
know when to take a knee
why you should never feel bad about modifying your workouts
things happen for a reason
what a teenage boy needs most from his mom
we need the tonic of wilderness. we can never have enough nature.
aveda
light the way
la croix sparkling water
dorie howell photography.
inspirational leadership. 
what makes an inspirational leader? 
vision
know their people.
passion
open-mind.
learning
personable
read more:  
a dog’s remarkable journey to find a home
video below
dogs are heart healthy 
dogs help boost your mood 
dogs get you moving 
dogs help boost kids’ immune systems 
dogs teach responsibility and commitment 
they can detect health issues 
dogs really can tell if someone is a bad person
march is colon cancer awareness month
join us or support our hoagie’s heroes team in scope it out
i saw your post about the 5k a couple of weeks ago and then heard that you and i were in a close race for the check-ins. i felt it was the perfect way to honor you and your husband. i am honored to be supporting you in some small way.
“reading books is a waste of time if you don’t let them change you. if books really are “portals” then they should leave you somewhere you weren’t when you finish them. somewhere enlightened.”  
“…talked about the indispensable role that books have played during his presidency and throughout his life — from his peripatetic and sometimes lonely boyhood, when “these worlds that were portable” provided companionship, to his youth when they helped him to figure out who he was, what he thought and what was important.”
i happen to be type o+.
do not, i repeat, do not, work out beforehand
bring id.
make an appointment.
bring your own post donation snack if you have restrictions.
post blood donation, take it easy
team mathias sponsor code 8164
email me at shoaglund@gmail.com or visit lift potential consulting
preventable. treatable. beatable.
body image
bootcamp
cancer
cfi
colon cancer
crossfit
exercise
family
fitness/exercise
health/nutrition
kids
obesity
paleo
plumbline
run
workout
em don’t believe the memes, don’t take the inspirational posts as gospel, don’t destroy your body to save face:
take a rest day. take a week off, or a month, or even half a year. do something besides lifting, find a new hobby for a while, or volunteer somewhere to help the less fortunate. do something to make the world a better place, and not just yourself.
or:
have fun for once! you don’t have to go hard in the gym every day. some of the most miserable people i’ve ever met are people who make lifting their entire life, and for what? a $10 trophy? a jug of protein and a shirt that doesn’t fit right? is all that really worth neglecting your kids over, blowing out your knees, missing big life events or losing your job?
the reality is that most lifters will never make a liveable income solely off lifting, and to treat a hobby in a way that overtakes your life is just about the worst thing you can do for your livelihood. there is no pension at the end of your lifting career. lifting should be fun. if you aren’t having fun with it, why are you doing it? so your friend doesn’t send you a t-nation article that says you’re a ween for not wanting to max every day? who cares.
if you’re burnt out, spend a few weeks doing bodybuilding work, or take up hiking for a few weeks. experiment with new movements, or become a cardio bunny. put on an extra 5-10lbs. who. freaking. cares. it’s your money, your time, and your body. do what you like with it.
i will tell you this: i bet that taking some time off will help you rekindle that fire under your butt that you had when you first got into all this. lifting will be there when you’re ready to go again, and 200lbs will always be 200lbs.
who’s really the selfish one? 
it
“picture yourself twenty or thirty years from now. are you happily playing with your grandkids and enjoying your life independently, or are you stuck on the couch or scooter, too achy and out of shape to enjoy this beautiful world and those in it?”
read this
let’s get our kids outside more
why you need more dirt in your life.
“it’s estimated that children now spend less time outside than the average prisoner. this could have devastating effects: kids need to be exposed to the microbes in the soil to build up their defenses against diseases that may attack them later. but it’s not just children, paul bogard explains in his new book, the ground beneath us. the epa estimates that the average american adult now spends 93 percent of their life indoors. as we retreat indoors, more and more of the earth is disappearing, with an estimated quarter of a million acres paved or repaved in the united states each year.” 
know when to take a knee
why you should never feel bad about modifying your workouts
things happen for a reason
what a teenage boy needs most from his mom
we need the tonic of wilderness. we can never have enough nature.
aveda
light the way
la croix sparkling water
dorie howell photography.
inspirational leadership. 
what makes an inspirational leader? 
vision
know their people.
passion
open-mind.
learning
personable
read more:  
a dog’s remarkable journey to find a home
video below
dogs are heart healthy 
dogs help boost your mood 
dogs get you moving 
dogs help boost kids’ immune systems 
dogs teach responsibility and commitment 
they can detect health issues 
dogs really can tell if someone is a bad person
march is colon cancer awareness month
join us or support our hoagie’s heroes team in scope it out
i saw your post about the 5k a couple of weeks ago and then heard that you and i were in a close race for the check-ins. i felt it was the perfect way to honor you and your husband. i am honored to be supporting you in some small way.
“reading books is a waste of time if you don’t let them change you. if books really are “portals” then they should leave you somewhere you weren’t when you finish them. somewhere enlightened.”  
“…talked about the indispensable role that books have played during his presidency and throughout his life — from his peripatetic and sometimes lonely boyhood, when “these worlds that were portable” provided companionship, to his youth when they helped him to figure out who he was, what he thought and what was important.”
i happen to be type o+.
do not, i repeat, do not, work out beforehand
bring id.
make an appointment.
bring your own post donation snack if you have restrictions.
post blood donation, take it easy
team mathias sponsor code 8164
email me at shoaglund@gmail.com or visit lift potential consulting
preventable. treatable. beatable.
body image
bootcamp
cancer
cfi
colon cancer
crossfit
exercise
family
fitness/exercise
health/nutrition
kids
obesity
paleo
plumbline
run
workout
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live fit and sore lead a fit and healthy life home favorite recipes resources local gym reviews living fit and sore: the story progression pics about me lift potential consulting don’t believe the hype or the memes 0 3 weeks ago by stephy in crossfit, fitness/exercise, general reflections i came across this posting on fb the other day –and it came at the right time. i have been dealing with a deep tissue tear in my back and just feeling a general fatigue and lack of motivation for some of my workouts. so, after reading this – i gave myself a pep talk and said -take a break from the workouts that aren’t bringing me joy and do something else for a while. read it and see if it helps you too… don’t believe the memes, don’t take the inspirational posts as gospel, don’t destroy your body to save face: take a rest day. take a week off, or a month, or even half a year. do something besides lifting, find a new hobby for a while, or volunteer somewhere to help the less fortunate. do something to make the world a better place, and not just yourself. or: have fun for once! you don’t have to go hard in the gym every day. some of the most miserable people i’ve ever met are people who make lifting their entire life, and for what? a $10 trophy? a jug of protein and a shirt that doesn’t fit right? is all that really worth neglecting your kids over, blowing out your knees, missing big life events or losing your job? the reality is that most lifters will never make a liveable income solely off lifting, and to treat a hobby in a way that overtakes your life is just about the worst thing you can do for your livelihood. there is no pension at the end of your lifting career. lifting should be fun. if you aren’t having fun with it, why are you doing it? so your friend doesn’t send you a t-nation article that says you’re a ween for not wanting to max every day? who cares. if you’re burnt out, spend a few weeks doing bodybuilding work, or take up hiking for a few weeks. experiment with new movements, or become a cardio bunny. put on an extra 5-10lbs. who. freaking. cares. it’s your money, your time, and your body. do what you like with it. i will tell you this: i bet that taking some time off will help you rekindle that fire under your butt that you had when you first got into all this. lifting will be there when you’re ready to go again, and 200lbs will always be 200lbs. ~brandon morrison fitness/exercise are you being selfish enough when it comes to your health? 0 2 months ago by stephy in fitness/exercise, health/nutrition, parenting/family i came across this blog post today: who’s really the selfish one? and had to share it because it really encapsulates my perspective on how important my own health and fitness is to me and it totally aligns with the reason i even have my blog.  taking care of yourself is not selfish! i hear too many parents in my area say they are too busy to exercise, they put their children’s needs way ahead of their own health needs and put themselves at the very bottom of their very long/never ending priority list. my blog, live fit and sore, emphasizes the importance of taking care of yourself no matter your circumstances… most of us go through life thinking it could never happen to us.  whatever that it is — but guess what? it does and has happened to people all around you. cancer is affecting younger people more and more. we all know a few people who have suffered heart attacks at an early age. name an illness or disease – i’m almost positive you will find people your age who have had to face it.  research shows people fare better against a whole host of illnesses if they are in shape and relatively healthy.  and it goes without saying, you can’t take care of others properly if you aren’t taking care of yourself. what message and lesson do you want your kids to learn? i love that my kids understand that my fitness and health is a priority to me. i want them to grown up understanding that no matter how busy and hectic our life gets, i find time to workout. they also see me meeting great people and how the experience enriches my life. i want the same for them. i want them to know that you don’t have to get ‘old’ and become just a ‘parent’. i’m very proud of being their mom, but i am still a viable, important person who deserves time to take care of myself. i want them to think leading an active and fit life is normal as they grow and have families of their own. you don’t lose your person status when you become a parent — this was one of the closing paragraphs of the blog post that i think we all need to consider: “picture yourself twenty or thirty years from now. are you happily playing with your grandkids and enjoying your life independently, or are you stuck on the couch or scooter, too achy and out of shape to enjoy this beautiful world and those in it?” read this why kids today are out of shape, disrespectful – and in charge exercise can help offset effects of ‘fat gene,’ study finds science: running is better than every other exercise at making you live longer fresh food by prescription: this health care firm is trimming costs — and waistlines be inspired random things on my mind 0 2 months ago by stephy in fitness/exercise, general reflections, parenting/family let’s get our kids outside more as a follow up to my previous post, i came across this article: why you need more dirt in your life. the very first paragraph tells a huge story: “it’s estimated that children now spend less time outside than the average prisoner. this could have devastating effects: kids need to be exposed to the microbes in the soil to build up their defenses against diseases that may attack them later. but it’s not just children, paul bogard explains in his new book, the ground beneath us. the epa estimates that the average american adult now spends 93 percent of their life indoors. as we retreat indoors, more and more of the earth is disappearing, with an estimated quarter of a million acres paved or repaved in the united states each year.”  kids are spending less time outside than prisoners!! it’s not uncommon to read about how little recess time kids are getting during their school day, but with the amount of homework kids are being sent home with -many kids simply do not even have enough time after school either. and on top of that, add in the technology addiction so many families are dealing with now.  what a recipe for disaster in more ways than we even know about.  i’m not sure what the solution is —  but putting an emphasis and importance on getting your kiddos outside should be at the top of all parents’ lists. it starts at home. know when to take a knee even though i’m in damn good shape, i have to continually remind myself that it’s ok to scale. i’ve been taking [solidcore] for some time now and it continually screws with my head. what happens is that when i do scale during the 50 minute class, i am hard on myself afterwards. as i was driving back from class this morning, i started to beat myself up about scaling a few moves. then, i purposefully thought about how far i have come since i first tried this type of hard workout. and reminded myself, scaling isn’t necessarily a bad thing. i don’t have to compare myself to anyone else taking the class. they aren’t me. they aren’t built like me. they don’t have the same challenges. they have their own.  i’m sure it won’t be the last time thoughts like these creep up, but like any other skill – practice makes better. i have to make a conscious effort to switch the filter that i am using. why you should never feel bad about modifying your workouts things happen for a reason as a few of you know, i am currently enjoying downtime from working full time. i have a few clients that i am consulting with, but nothing that is taking up all my working hours. what you probably don’t know, because i don’t really talk about it, is that my son just hit his teen years and is having some challenges. i am told that the issues he’s dealing with are very common, but nonetheless are very challenging to handle as parents. we want to help him the best we can — but as i am finding out, there are some things he either needs to grow out of and will come as he matures and there are other things he needs guidance now more than ever. a dear friend told me yesterday that perhaps this break in my employment is the opportunity that is needed to help guide him and be there for him more. her words “he needs you”. and now i have some time to be there for him –give him more structure, spend more time just being around him. this break happened because this is the time he needs someone there for him most. i wish an instruction manual came with both my kids. scotty and i are trying to do what we think is best – which i guess is all anyone can ask of us but i gotta tell you, parenting is hard. what a teenage boy needs most from his mom be inspired nature can help put things in perspective 0 3 months ago by stephy in career, fitness/exercise, general reflections, perspective my long term work contract ended about two weeks ago and this is the first time in a very long time, i’m not employed. it’s unfamiliar and strange to not have something to get up and go to each morning (even if that means working from home). people have been telling me to enjoy it — relax and just go with the flow. it’s amazing how hard that is for me. the first week was nice, but now that i’m heading into the third week, my mind is starting to go deep. lot’s of thinking about what i am going to do next. more like – what do i want to do next. i’m lucky that i’m not dead broke (yet) and we have health insurance. i suppose that gives me a bit more breathing room and freedom, but at times i certainly don’t feel that way. i grew up with a mom who worked all the time –and i mean all the time. there was, and based on my mom’s current schedule, still is no down time with her. even entertaining the thought of being home for a bit is uncomfortable. so, i’ve been living in a state of being uncomfortable which is well, uncomfortable. to help, i’ve been exercising and walking trooper. i have always been told when you are feeling stressed or out of sorts, head outdoors. there is something calming and grounding about surrounding yourself with nature. so, it goes without saying i’ve been doing my fair share of visiting mother nature lately for sure. and as an added benefit, spring in virginia is absolutely gorgeous. i’m lucky to live within walking distance to a really cool park, the w&od trail. it’s the perfect place to walk trooper, and soak up all the signs of spring. even the smells are amazing. i’m not saying that my walks are solving my problems, but they are certainly helping put things in perspective and are making me just feel better. so, my advice is if you are feeling like there is a big weight on your shoulders or just stressed, take time to get outside. take your shoes off and walk around in some fresh cut grass, head to a park and swing, or heck, just garden. as thoreau said, “we need the tonic of wilderness. we can never have enough nature.” here’s a taste of how gorgeous virginia is in the spring… read more how walking in nature changes your brain how nature can make you kinder, happier, and more creative why nature is the best prescription go to your happy place: understanding why nature makes us feel better what to expect at the mother of all baby showers 0 3 months ago by stephy in events, media/internet, moabs, parenting/family, reviews it’s hard to believe that 15 years ago today, my first baby was born. hb is fully into her teens and teaching more about being a parent and a better person than i could ever imagine. and not to mention, allowing me to hone my skills in patience, anger management and improving my sense of humor as i experience life through the eyes of a teen in the year 2017.  boy, new parents are in for the most wonderful, crazy ride of their lives! which leads me to share info about an event i was invited to attend last week for new and soon to be mothers as a local blogger. i think when i started sharing pics from the event i gave a few of my friends a scare! but, while it definitely wasn’t my personal demographic – it was a good opportunity for me to see how this particular generation finds out about products, connects with others and enters into this exciting phase of life. when i arrived to the moabs luxe and checked in, i was given an awesome vip gift that included a baby k’tan diaper bag filled with lots of stuff including a baby jack & company lovey! i was then told to go and have fun! and boy did i! there is something really special about being around couples who are at the start of this magic. their energy is contagious and they are so happy! i loved being around them… my first stop was the aveda table (of course!), where i was treated to a nice, stress relieving shoulder massage using some amazing smelling aveda oils. the staff at the table were the nicest and since i love aveda products already, i did snag a limited edition candle light the way that smells amazing! and for those that know about aveda, know that they are definitely a cause based company that believes in giving back. the candle is 12 bucks and all the proceeds go to help bring clean drinking water to people in madagascar. from their site: “this year’s limited-edition aroma features certified organic vanilla, cinnamon and ylang ylang from madagascar, where we’ve helped fund water systems for 10,000 people.” so, i helped others and got a yummy shoulder massage within the first 15 minutes of my arrival, i would say that the event was off to a great start, so i moved on… next up, i was greeted with food, drinks and a chocolate fountain! i mean – come on, now! the drinks included one of my favorites – la croix sparkling water. a table full of la croix water – all flavors. i love sparking water so this was another win for me! fully fed, chocolated up and hydrated, it was time to enter the big room. the room with the different vendors, displays and where the speakers were going to drop their knowledge.  i kept thinking about how things have advanced since i had hb and nate dogg. technology has improved so many aspects of parenting gear. i felt oddly unprepared even though i have successfully raised two kids myself… first stop in the main room was to visit dorie howell photography. her table displayed all of her amazing photos. i asked her a few questions about her photography, including her camera brand of choice (canon!). she mentioned she has been photographing babies for quite some time and does do families and other portraits as well. her photos were gorgeous and you can tell she connects with the people she photographs. she also mentions many times she doesn’t require much post production work either – which is pretty impressive if you look at her photos.  and in a small world coincidence, i shared her pic out during the event over instagram and a dear friend of mine left a comment that dorie is a dear family friend of hers! you never know who you will meet and we all are 6 degrees of kevin bacon for sure! i walked around the event for a bit and then it was time to hear the keynote speaker maria bailey share her thoughts. she shared some really great ideas about blogging and becoming a mom influencer which is what she specializes in. i really enjoyed listening to her advice and will be sharing some of what i took away from her opening remarks soon in another blog post. as a fellow marketing, influencer and blogger – it’s always interesting to hear how others make their way and the trends that i need to adapt to. after she spoke, i went and introduced myself and we chatted a bit about my experience and some of the challenges i have found working with brands and companies – one of which is to prove to them how important it is to reach out to influencers and use social media even if it doesn’t bring in direct sales! i made my way around to each of the tables – talking a bit to the vendors and sampling and inspecting their products. they had a great baker randy cakes who offered delicious cupcakes (i brought them home for my “baby” hb and she gave them a thumbs up) and mother nuture, who make refreshing flavored waters and delicious chocolate truffles containing some of the essential nutrients that moms and their babies need like folic acid, dha, protein, vitamin d, vitamin b12, and choline. the ingredients in each of their nutrient blends work in harmony with prenatal vitamins and are made with all natural ingredients, nothing artificial. now, no one in my house is pregnant but i loved the water and my husband and kids loved the truffles! the event went on for a few hours with different guest speakers talking about car seat safety, pre-schools, cribs, baby stuff and more. and there were really terrific raffles after each speaker (think cribs, gift sets of aveda products, high end car seats) i even ran into a former coworker of mine, heidi, who blogs at boys on a budget! i haven’t seen her in almost 20 years, so that was a huge bonus! it was a great night – stepping outside of my comfort zone, meeting new folks, re-connecting with others and finding out about some amazing products geared towards new moms! the world needs more inspirational leaders 0 3 months ago by stephy in career, leadership i’m once again on the hunt for career opportunities. after almost two years, my long term contract with a magazine publisher for younger kids has come to an end. it’s part of the drawback of being a contractor – no notice, no severance. just – “hey, yeah, um we aren’t going to renew your contract that ends like today.” but with all experiences, i have learned so much about so many things, including what makes a good inspirational leader. in all fairness, my boss tried her best to get them to renew. she has been wonderful and i’ve loved working with her and the small marketing team. i made some real, strong friendships. what i didn’t like was the lack of true leadership that permeated throughout the company. no one took ownership or set a clear vision for the company. i would be in meetings and when pressed to make a decision, everyone in the room shrugged, unable to make the final call. how can anyone make progress and move forward if no one is at the helm? the phrase, “let’s try this again, just so we can check it off the list as things we have tried that don’t work, so the bosses feel satisfied” was repeated time and time again. everyone at the company was kind and polite, but the company lacked any sort of internal culture. the company has not been doing well for years. the owners have way too much expendable income on their hands and keep funneling money into it for whatever reason – only known to them.  and because they lacked funds, they were unable or unwilling to infuse innovation, inspiration and fun into their corporate culture. what i realized towards the end of my contract was this: it’s not the kind of place i want to work. while it did meet a few of the things i am looking for, it was missing a key factor: inspirational leadership.  what makes an inspirational leader?  we all have different ideas of leadership, but i bet that there are some traits that almost everyone can agree on.  in my never ending quest of improving my own experiences, here are 6 traits that i have found make a leader successful and inspirational: they have a vision. you may not completely agree with it, but you trust them enough to help them achieve it. they get to know their people. i’ve been managed by far too many that never take the time get to know who works for them. no wonder they end up not trusting them or empowering them. you don’t trust people you don’t know. they have passion. the people that others want to follow are hungry for what they do. they go after things with gusto. they come to work with an open-mind. surrounding yourself with yes men is never a good idea. the leaders that succeed are open to other’s opinions and do not shoot down someone challenging their ideas. they keep learning. they understand how important it is to encourage learning for everyone, including themselves. we all have plenty to learn. they are personable. you can probably point out a few leaders who lack the ability to really connect with others, but for the most part – a true, successful leader is someone you like to be in the room with. they make you laugh, draw you in, challenge you to think. they have charisma. read more:   10 unique perspectives on what makes a great leader the top 7 leadership qualities & attributes of great leaders the most important leadership competencies, according to leaders around the world as i look for the next career opportunity, this experience has taught me to much about the importance of good leadership and has made me that much smarter about what to look for and what to accept. keep learning my friends…and if you have any leads in the marketing/social media consulting realm – let me know! dogs are awesome: their amazing health benefits 0 4 months ago by stephy in cancer related information, health/nutrition, media/internet, parenting/family dogs are amazing and awesome last night, i watched this video: a dog’s remarkable journey to find a home: a distance of 6,455 miles doesn’t begin to measure the journey one dog made to join a team and find a family (video below) and i literally sat there crying for a few minutes after the video was over. what a special bond some dogs develop with their people. but even more than the companionship and love they give, dogs are good for your overall health. here are just a few of the many benefits: dogs are heart healthy according to the british journal of medicine, dog owners tend to have lower cholesterol, lower blood pressure, fewer heart attacks, and have fewer medical problems than those without pets. dogs help boost your mood hanging out with your pooch can make you more calm and raises your brain’s levels of dopamine and serotonin, the mood chemicals in your body! dogs get you moving dog owners tend to exercise more by taking walks and running around with their doggies. dogs help boost kids’ immune systems according to science daily, kids who grow up with dogs have fewer allergies and are less likely to have eczema. they also are exposed to more dirt! dogs teach responsibility and commitment caring for a dog is a major commitment and requires patience. it’s a 24/7, 365 day commitment. they can detect health issues in addition to sniffing out cancer, dogs can also be trained to identify seizures, severe allergies, and other health issues. shannen doherty says her german shepherd was the first to detect her cancer and while not directly related to health, but definitely affects a person’s overall well-being: dogs really can tell if someone is a bad person watch this be inspired dogs march is colon cancer awareness month which means i run a 5k 1 4 months ago by stephy in boxing, cancer related information, fitness/exercise, friends, kindness matters, races/challenges i’ve been taking some time off from blogging in case you haven’t noticed. i haven’t taken a planned break for years and wanted to reset. i’ve always blogged for the passion of it. to be able to share my own struggles, experiences, successes and hard work and have it help someone else – that’s my goal. that’s what inspires and motivates me. learning about how others have succeeded has helped me throughout the years without a doubt. i don’t like to blog out of obligation and i guess that’s why i took a break.  i just didn’t feel like writing. but, here i am again… a few updates from the past month or so to catch everyone up: i’ve been living large all fall and winter long. not really paying attention to what i’m eating and like so many of us – hearing my inner voice tell me i shouldn’t be eating with abandon. and i have noticed that my lack of attention has slowly started to show on my body. so, when wayne, my trainer, mentioned that we needed to start weighing me in again – because spring/summer is coming – it hit me like a ton of bricks. oh shit. what? why? why? really? ugh… i’ve been getting back in the swing of things with making sure i am getting enough protein and limiting the crap i’m eating. exercise isn’t my issue. it’s carbs. i love carbs and sugar! sign.. march is colon cancer awareness month as many of you know, my silver fox of a husband, scotty was diagnosed with colon cancer at the age 37, so it’s a cause that hits so close to home that it is my home!  march is colon cancer awareness month. colon cancer is survivable if it’s caught early, so know the signs and symptoms. one again, team hoagie’s heroes will be running the 2017 washington dc scope it out 5k at freedom plaza in washington, dc on march 19th,  we are celebrating scotty’s 9th year colon cancer free. (he was diagnosed in july 2008).  if you can, join us or support our hoagie’s heroes team in scope it out with a tax-deductible donation. with that said, i am beyond touched by the kindness of so many people that i have met. i have received donations from some wonderful, awesome unexpected people. it blows me away and truly warms my heart that the people around me are the best people in the world. not that i had any doubt. i appreciate all the donations from everyone but here is a story that totally made me cry. title boxing started last month having a monthly campaign whereas for every check in on facebook, they donate a dollar to a charity. the person with the most check-ins for the month gets to choose the charity.  i always check in as a matter of practice and i guess i was in the lead for a while.  i had no idea, but a fellow boxer donna saw my post on facebook about supporting team hoagie’s heroes.  so, she set out to win the check in challenge and to surprise me, she picked my fundraising effort to donate to. when i sent her a note thanking her, she said, “i saw your post about the 5k a couple of weeks ago and then heard that you and i were in a close race for the check-ins. i felt it was the perfect way to honor you and your husband. i am honored to be supporting you in some small way.” how seriously kind and awesome was that? i’m blown away. i have met donna a few times, maybe and yet – she did this. now, that’s a stand-up person. read this feeling burned out at work? join the club i was perpetually angry until joy became my goal how exercise shapes you, far beyond the gym colon cancer scope it out reading should be without rules 0 6 months ago by stephy in cancer related information, education, general reflections, perspective about a year and half ago, i decided to start reading before i went to bed every night. i had long given up reading anything more than a magazine or a quick web article and realized i missed having some quiet, yet productive time each day. i don’t really have any sort of rules about what i read — and when i don’t feel like starting something new, i reread one of my favorite outlander books. (i love them!)  i prefer reading books that help me escape into new worlds and experience different lives – escape fiction. some people think that we shouldn’t read to escape reality. i’m not on board with that — sometimes a great story is the only thing that helps you hold on. recently, i came across this quote: “reading books is a waste of time if you don’t let them change you. if books really are “portals” then they should leave you somewhere you weren’t when you finish them. somewhere enlightened.”   my take: read because you want to — no rules, no parameters. read because you love it, you enjoy a story, relate to characters, it helps you cope with whatever is going on in your life, you love reading the written word. read with no rules! i think reading changes you whether you are cognizant of it or not. and turns out it’s healthy for you: nerd alert: reading is good for your health 6 scientific reasons reading is amazing for your health i loved this recent article about president obama, who said reading helped him survive the white house. “…talked about the indispensable role that books have played during his presidency and throughout his life — from his peripatetic and sometimes lonely boyhood, when “these worlds that were portable” provided companionship, to his youth when they helped him to figure out who he was, what he thought and what was important.” i just finished a book that has stayed with me, when breath becomes air. it’s a non-fiction autobiographical book written by paul kalanithi, about his life and illness, battling stage iv metastatic lung cancer. it’s a quick read that packs a powerful punch. sad, poignant, introspective — all words to describe it. i went back and reread parts after i was done because i wanted to feel the feelings again after reading the closing chapter which was written by his wife, lucy. paul kalanithi reading blood donation: an easy and important way to give back 0 6 months ago by stephy in cancer related information, giving back, kindness matters it’s always been important for me to do some sort of charity regularly but i made a deal with myself to go outside of my norm and give back in different ways this year and do it at least monthly. so with that in mind, i read a facebook call out that blood donation was needed and that they were especially in need of type o. i happen to be type o+. type o+ blood is important because it is the most common blood type (1 in 3 people have it) and therefore is needed most. it is what maintains the country’s blood supply. so, i checked online to see if i could make an appointment to donate and sure enough, there was an appointment available nearby. here’s where i went: inova blood donor services you can choose to donate plasma and platelets, but i opted for a whole blood donation. there was a dude there donating platelets and you could tell it was quite a process and takes some time. after filling out the paperwork, i was taken into a little office and asked some general follow up questions. then my blood pressure was taken and my finger was pricked to get some blood to check my iron levels. all was good, so i headed to the blood donation lounge chair area. there, the person taking my blood looked for a good vein – found one and got me all set up and the blood flowing. i’m not that squeamish around needles – my strategy is as long as i don’t look while they are sticking me – i’m good to go.  i did have two babies after all! here are a few things to know before you go… do not, i repeat, do not, work out beforehand. the person who took my blood explained that many times if a person comes in after a workout, they are dehydrated and it’s not only harder to get blood from them, the patient could end up not feeling so good.  good to know, since i did indeed go in after a boxing workout! bring id. you will have to fill out some quick paperwork and they will need to see your id. make an appointment. i do believe that they will take walk ins but if you make an appointment, the entire process is not that long. at least when i went yesterday – from start to finish it took less than 30 mins. bring your own post donation snack if you have restrictions. they strongly encourage you to stick around their cafe area and enjoy a snack and a drink. it’s to ensure you don’t faint or have other strange side effects from the donation. the ‘cafe’ was stocked with high sugar, processed foods though. i just happened to have a protein bar in my purse that i ate. the fridge was full of fruit juices and water. i opted for water.  not a judgement, just a good to know… post blood donation, take it easy. drink lots of water and refrain from strenuous exercise or lifting heavy. ha! that’s it – 30 minutes from start to finish. i feel fine today and feel even better because i know i am helping someone, somewhere. if you can, donate! it’s an easy way to give back on a regular basis. btw: i donated in honor and memory of mathias giordano. their family has set up a team mathias sponsor code 8164 so anyone can donate in his memory & for all the kids who have been affected by cancer. mathias team mathias show more email me at shoaglund@gmail.com or visit lift potential consulting about me: stephanie hoaglund microsoft edventures: stephanie hoaglund posh seven: stephanie hoaglund hire me! instagram feed something is wrong. response takes too long or there is js error. press ctrl+shift+j or cmd+shift+j on a mac. the community on facebook live fit and sore 2 hours ago do it! ... see moresee lessphotoview on facebook·sharelive fit and sore 21 hours ago just 45 minutes of intensive exercise a day is the key to keeping dementia at bay, a new study shows. www.express.co.uk/life-style/health/795908/dementia-running-walking-support-health-medical-lifest... ... see moresee lessexercise keeps dementia at bay: running and walking 'significantly' boosts brain powerexpress.co.ukjust 45 minutes of intensive exercise a day is the key to keeping dementia at bay, a new study shows. view on facebook·share cancer sucks colon c - the journey read about our family's fight. find out more about colon cancer. preventable. treatable. beatable. each year more than 145,000 people are diagnosed with colorectal cancer, in the u.s. and almost 50,000 people die from it annually. st. jude children's research hospital is my cancer different? alex's lemonade stand foundation american cancer society lombardi comprehensive cancer center stupid cancer i had cancer blogroll100 things to do with kids in dcbalanced bites - paleo eatingcrossfitcrossfitbrandxeli halpinetsyfeeding americafun things to do with kidsgigi gone shoppinghealthier generationhealthy and stronghumane societylearning to leadlivestrongnsore twitterloudoun abused women's sheltermark's daily applemaybe mcqueenmobility wodnational park servicepinterest: steffyrunning in the familyst. jude's research hospitalthe clothes make the girlthe hoaglund familytumblr - fun murderertumblr - lisbeth darshweightlesswhat kids can dowords with lisbeth follow my blog with bloglovin tags5k birthday body image bootcamp cancer cfi change charity christmas colon colon cancer crossfit diet eating exercise family fitness/exercise food games giving back gluten hannah health health/nutrition holiday inspire kids media nate notable news notable_news obesity paleo parenting plumbline race rest run running saturday snatch sunday w&od weekend workout powered by wordpress and mystique theme by digitalnature | rss feeds go to top


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